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. the nap nanny were recalled after five infant deaths and dozens of reports of children nearly falling out of the seats. the consumer products safety commission says retailers pulling products are amazon, bye-bye waib baby toys are us and babies are us them have participated in the recall because nap nanny manufacture has reportedly gone out of business.lf r saying the nap nanny has dangerous design defects and confusing warnings and instructions. the recall covers nap nanny, generations one and two, and the chill model infant recliners sold between 2009 and 2012. we have all of the information on our web site that is abc 7 news.com, check under see it on tv. >> you've been all over that. you have more information about this year's best calls for good money. >> this is a fun story. now an excellent time to buy a owe 2013 car. if you take advantage of the end of the month and end of the year deals but there is more than just a good price. consumer reports is out with latest list of best value cars. >> ticker price is one thing, how much will a car cost you? the consumer reports says it's po
alert. >> the complaint by the consumer products safety commission charges the new model of the nap nanny and two earlier versions of being dangerous. the portable recliner has been blamed for five deaths. two previous models recalled back in 2010. the new version is known as the chill. the commission asking for an order requiring nap nanny maker to notify the public about the product defect and offer consumers a full refund. big kaimpkz may be ahead for facebook unless users act now. the company wants to be able to share your data with businesses like instagram. wants to change the way you control who sends you messages. users being asked to vote on the change but unless 300 million people vote results will not be binding. ah, ha. you have until monday to let the company know how you feel. facebook posted a voting app on its site this, is the last chance to apply to get 25s fdz you bought a lap top or lcd television before 2006. the deadline is tomorrow, now, this is part of a $1.1 billion settle nmt a lawsuit against 10 companies, the suit charge companies conspired to inflate cha
deaths. the cosr product safety commission ss "baby matters" needs to recl its "nap nanny".. one deaths >>> the feds are suing the maker of a popular baby bed that led to five deaths. baby matters needs to recall its nap nanny. one death is blamed on the company's newest version of the portable baby recliner. its two previous versions were recalled after four deaths were reported. >>> new research may offer a more effective way to treat alzheimer's disease. is involves a pacemaker for the brain. clinical trials have started in canada and doctors are seeing improvements in patients. dr. paul rosenberg stopped by "cbs this morning" to explain how the device works. >> you put two wires in the brain in a part of the brain that we know is involved in memory. these wires run along the natural wires of the brain which feed your memory. and they actually stimulate those parts of the brain. >> it's similar to treatments for parkinson's disease. researchers say it's less invasive than it sounds and it's expected to be used in addition to alzheimer's drugs. >>> when it comes to farm worker rights,
of thieves in pacifica may want to spend less time sleeping. police literally caught the crooks napping. >> this is a place for kids and this is a community place. >> reporter: a children's theater where kids as young as 7 have been hard at work rehearsing for their holiday show. it's the last place you'd think thieves would target. >> the hallway was totally messed up. the offices, things were thrown off the desk. >> reporter: but that's how natalia found it ransacked and robbed. everybody from costumes to set pieces pillaged. what employees never expected to find was the thieves themselves hiding out in the theater. >> falling asleep at the scene of the crime really isn't the smartest thing to do. >> reporter: and yet that's exactly how luna discovered one of the thieves. >> where the tubber wear lids are, that's where i saw the person's head. >> reporter: it appeared he had taken a nap after his rampage. a second thief was found asleep in the car outside the theater, surrounded by the items. the thieves left empty bottles of alcohol in the theater. they stole expensive keyboards that
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and was able to be with the mother. >> fort retailers recalled nap nanny baby reclineers following reports of five infant deaths. the safety commission is recalling the nap nanny generations, one and two. it has defected in designs, warnings and instructions. the company founder believe it doesn't have mayority and the products are safe when used properly. >> the new laws will bring -- you'll be able to text while behind the wheel as long as you use a phone voice activated device. and you have to show you have proof. >> i think that it's helpful if it's less paperwork that you have to keep on you and other people can get your information, so if you can have it on your phone and you can easily access it. that will be fine. >> at law on underage drinks and party buses have to tell them that it's illegal and if there's a person on board, and someone 25 years old older have to be on board. >> the light rail system turns 25 but with low rider ship and high operating cost, there's not a lot of celebration. the mercury compared the authority to other light rail systems and found that tax payers s
.s. consumer product safety commision say the nap nanny recliners are linked to five deaths. the children were injured after falling over. amazon.com, buy-buy baby and toys r us agreed to participate in the recall. it covers nap nanny generations one and two and also the chill model of infant recliners. all were sold between 2009 and 2012 and you can find a list of any item being recalled on www.ktvu.com. click on the link hot topics. >>> five months after a woman died in a party bus the california highway patrol completed their investigation. she was earning from a conert when she and another woman -- concert when she and another woman got into a fight. she fell out and was killed. no details have been released but the chp says those involved were not cooperative. >> i am certain the report we have over to the da has question to be answered. >> there is no word on when they will decide to file charges. >>> coming up, how a new law taking effect will crack down on party bus drinking. >>> three people face charges after a brawl caused panic yesterday at a shopping mall. [ screams ] >> police sa
see people sleeping and napping but most of them were travelers headed out today. last night at fso, it was a different story. there were one to two hour delays, a total of 81 and going up and down west coast. especially that relentless storm. >> my travel took place a day earlier so i wouldn't miss my flight. >> because i knew once a year it would be chaos and no seats. >> think again, 1 20,000 people are expected to come through fso today and to put that into perspective, that was the busiest travel season and on that day 130,000 people were passing through the airport. coming up, we will show you why people decided to dry out today instead of only the weekend. >>> back to developing news at the peninsular that is tied to this storm, a creek overflowed and people are not in their homes now, jeanine how is it it looking. >> the water was definitely reseeded. you can see the water is reseeded and you can see where the sandbags are and the water came a few inches below that. last night there were several areas that flooded. many were using sand bags to keep the waters from rising int
to portable baby recliners sold as the nap nanny or the chill. babies have fallen out or got caught in the safety harness. the makers of nap nanny have refused to pull the products. so, the government is taking the rare step of asking a judge to force it off the shelves. >>> also, there's a possible breakthrough in the treatment for alzheimer's disease. john's happen kin researchers call it a pacemaker for the brain. it's being tested on people with early-stage alzheimer's to see if low volt electricity can boost memory. surgeons implanted the first device into an alzheimer patient last month. >>> the grammy nominations were annoyanced overnight before the big show in february. and six artists are tied for the most nominations. kanye west, jay-z, frank ocean, dan auerbach, mumford & sons and fun. you can see the categories on our website, abcnews.com. >>> now, sports news. in eight letters, k-o-b-e. >> eight letters? >> highlights now -- i'm not a math major. highlights, now, from espn. it was eight. >> randy scott, here, with your "sportscenter" update. and we start with history in
as they thought. >> in napa, don nap, cps five. >> this is the way the river looked this morning. a viewer sent us this picture before the flood was listed. because of lag time between rainful and run off, getting to the river it's still expected to swell to just below flood stage overnight. >> bad weather usually means bad news for businesses but some of the north bay were determined to keep the money coming in. we have two reports, showing the business owner's per perseverence perseverence. >> everybody was on pinning and -- pins and needles. there were a lot of people watching. >> close to 13 feed -- feet almost to flood stage. >> when we woke up this morning, we were shocked by how hard it was raining. >> business owners around here have definitely been through this before, and this time, they weren't taking any chances. >> artists michael field man's gallery is just step it is away from the creek. the sign outside his door from 2005 is i daily reminder just how high the water can go. he put out sandbags and watched like everyone else. >> it looked like christmas here. it was so many people wa
taking a nap in the theater. >> falling asleep at the scene of the crime isn't really the smartest thing to do. >> most would agree. >> a second suspect was found asleep outside in a car surrounded by stolen items. employees say thieves left empty bottles of alcohol inside the theater. the group is still missing an expensive keyboard. the group is currently working on joseph and amazing technicolor dream coat. >>> today is a big deal for an 8 8th grader and her principal. the principal only has little time to live. how the student is trying to help one step at a time. >> charisma honey's wife and son help him battle a rare disease. but he is now feeling the love of community thanks to this 8 8th grader. >> if there was any way i could help, that would be a good idea. >> reporter: this 13 year old who has never organized a big event ever is spearheading walk-a-thon with a silent auction and ravel for her beloved principal. >> at her age for her to do something this big and significant is inspiring. >> reporter: may honey has joined 750 patients on the california liver transplant list. ave
temperatures tomorrow morning, 30 in santa rosa, 29 in nap a30 in fairfield, freezing in livermore, and 30 in pleasanton. all locations are likely to see frost. and frosty windshields pretty much everywhere else. 38 in fremont, san jose. give give yourself an extra 5-10 minutes tomorrow morning if your car is parked outside. into the afternoon, temperatures not warming up all that much. keep the jacket handy through the day. low 50s through the bay area tomorrow. 52 in san francisco, 50 in san rafael, 53 for vallejo, and 54 in san jose. the sierra, lingering flurries this morning. improving conditions into the afternoon. friday and saturday, mainly dry with snow approaching late saturday night. your extended forecast, a very cold morning tomorrow. frosty conditions, dry conditions through much of the day. into friday, rain looks like it's going to return into the afternoon. a storm again moves in saturday into sunday morning and then monday into tuesday. we have a very active pattern. >>> the biggest parties and spectacular fireworks will all be on kron4's new year's live show! kron4's new
close to nap time, when it was lifted parents came to pick up their children. >> you just know that your kid is safe in the school, locked in but it is hard because you want to hold them and hug them and you meant to know that -- you want to know that it is okay. >> reporter: police and sheriff's sheriff's deputies searched the neighborhood. police tried to pull over this car for speeding. it drove into a shopping center and three men jumped out. two were arrested. >> we feel they may be involved in recent burglaries in the neighborhood so we are following up on that. >> reporter: police have two of the three men in custody and they don't believe any of the suspects were armed. reporting live in cupertino, rob roth, ktvu channel 2 news. >>> an update to a story we brought you live throughout this newscast last night, classes resume at san jose city college after a lock down. police responded to a call from someone saying they saw a man with a gun on campus. but after a search a gunman was never found and there were no reports of shots fired. >> we weigh them out but this call appeared to
situations on the nap a river, right now at 15 feet, and the napa river, 19 feet. so minor fluctuations on bay area rivers. how long this will stay with us? we'll take a look at the forecast. >> a wind advisory was in effect for the bay bridge, the carquinez bridge. if you didn't think the storm had a kick, take a look. this is our camera on mt. tamalpais in mill valley, pounded by rain and serious wind gusts. this storm drenched parts of the north bay. the national weather service issued a floor nod -- flashflood warning. and stoney point road is closed. sergio quintana is live at the scene. reporter: leigh mentioned the problem of the flash-flood warnings, and the other problem is the runoff. that's what happened here, this drainage culvert was overwhelmed, and the water just basically dug up the earth under the cult vert and created this sink hole. you can see the crews just managed to install these steel plates to allow cars to drive over the road. the rushing water is causing plenty of problems for road crews. the big worry here on stoney point road is more of the pavement could co
are in the upper 30's in the col coldest inland valley already. 37 in nap a.39 in livermore. rain for some of you friday afternoon and snow level coming down to around 3000 feet as we head in the saturday morning satellite radar this is a system we are watching today. nasty day with the high pressure ridge but now this system is going to start to change things up a bit. already seeing like i said some cloud cover. rain returns tomorrow afternoon but this system unlike previous storms will actually split in two and parallel the coast a second half of the system staying off the coast lane so not everyone sees rain troops as we look at the late he east computer animation. north bay could see snow around lake county and hills. rain snow mix possible indicated by pink right around ukiah then through time here notice the rain doesn't move much. 10:00 p.m. friday still mainly coastal event as you can see here. we head in early saturday morning showers are pretty much down to the santa cruz mountains and tapering off saturday afternoon actually dry see partly cloudy skies and rainfall backing off o
a popular baby recliner seat known as the nap nanny. >> this has been linked to deaths of five babies. michael finney is here with the latest. >> good news. i reported it consumer products safety commission called it dangerous for babies. today, four major retailer as agreed to pull 150,000 of the baby recliners off shelves. the seats blamed in the death of five babies and injuries to 70 more. the government received dozens of reports of babies falling or hanging out of the sides. the recall affects older and newer models all sold from 2009 to 2012. retailer recalling chairs are am -- amazon, bye-bye baby, toys are us and babies are us. the manufacturer said it's safe when used as directed but says the company is now out of business. if you have one, return it. new year coming up. witness comes broad new protections for social media privacies in california. this is good news for consumers. a state law prevents online snooping, barring ploimys to ask for user names and pass words, considered one of the most far reaching laws in the nation protecting social media privacy. >> in the past
decreasing somewhat. a few scattered shoufrss s -- showers to the north bay. one sellout of nap a. as far as the forecast. here it is. multiple storms -- napa. as far as the forecast. here it is. the multiple storms coming in. the first one today, the second one moving in tomorrow and then the third one sunday. for the weekend, rainfall, heaviest rainfall for the morning hours, sunday, the strongest storm. rainfall expectations could be 3-1/2 inches, around the bay itself, 1-2 and the santa cruz mountains, 3 inches, keeping an eye on the river levels up there and the creek from the the streams because they have been rising already and that trend will continue into the weekend. a winter storm warning in mace for the slopes and the sierra until 9:00 on sunday. 2-5 feet. i will plan on the delays and possible road closures, keep that in mind heading to the sierra this weekend. heavy rain tomorrow morning at 5:00. then, more breaks in the action, not completely dry. another round of showers by 12:00 and then more breaks by 3:00. the next storm developing off shore, that moves in by sunday mor
. santa rosa 49. concord 38. vallejo. we will be in the upper 20s tonight for santa rosa, clearlake. nap pa. san francisco, 40 and how about the snow in the sierra? some of you heading to tahoe or your favorite ski destination. snow level low. 12 to 24 new inches of snow in the sierra by thursday night. and all of this proceeding winter. it was not officially start until friday at 3:12:00 a.m. we are checking the radar. our doppler is dry, but that will change later on this week. here is why. big low pressure area in the gulf of alaska affecting us thursday night. it's a northerly now of air giving us the cold air tonight. tonight we get cloudy. here comes the rain friday morning. the low pressure will not move three days an neither will the moisture, we will see it all the way through sunday. clouds get here tomorrow. rain gets here thursday and doesn't leave until sunday at the earliest. the final weekend of shopping will be soggy. oakland form, 55. 54 san jose. a couple of degrees milder by the afternoon. pleasant hill, 52. dry tomorrow, cloudy in the afternoon for san rafael. thursda
spots, 53 in nap pa valley. 50s showing up toward the coastline. and 54 degrees in daily city. the next couple of days, the rain makes a return, maybe leftover showers on wednesday, and possibly a leftover shower on thursday. then dry weather come friday, but staying unsettled and pebbly wet again on saturday. >>> outside it is super quiet on the bay bridge. not expecting much of a commute on christmas eve. for the most part, the roads are drying out. a few problems from yesterday's flooding, highway 1 still shut down out in conoa county. for the next 15 minutes or so caltrans said highway 121 is going to be shut down between 116 and 37. both directions closed. flooding is the problem. a few rain drops on the lens across the bridge. traffic is slowing nicely there. wells 880 and 237. a quick look at the south bay. 280 moving at the limit. and out in the east bay, a quiet commute past the climb, up ward toward downtown. no service today, and muni and some ferries are on a holiday schedule. >>> a deadline looming to reach a settlement regarding the deadly pipeline explosion in san brew kn
with its owner after being dog napped. they got out of their owner's home through an open gate. a neighbor was able to grab the shepherd, but the pomeranian was too quick. >> before we could get to him, the guy grabbed him and put him in his car and took off. >> stacy says ten minutes later, she got a call from a blocked number. it was a man demanding money for the pooch. but he didn't specify an amount. the next day, the pomeranian was turned up at a nearby petco. employees say the man who left him wrote down a phone number which turned out to be her number. police are trying to track down the dognapper. >>> in the market for a new home? you might be in luck. a multimillion dollar mansion is up for auction. it does include this little deck. it's more than 5,000 square feet. priceless views. there's a home theater, wine cellar, a half dozen wall mounted ipads that control the light, temperature. but bidding starts at $25 million. to register, bidders only, to be registered to be a bidder, you need a $3,000 cashier's check as deposit. >> pocket change. >> chunk change? >> i don't have anyt
that after a break. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, >>> an l.a. area pet is reunited with its owner after being dog napped and held for ran some many. they got out of their owners home yesterday through an open gate. a neighbor was able to grab the german shepherd. >> my dog was out in the yard and someone snatched him. a car came by, a white car and before we could get to him the guy grabbed him and took off. >> about 10 minutes later she got a call from a blocked number. it was a man demanding money for the pom rainian. the next day he turned up at a nearby petco. employees say he wrote down a phone number. police are trying to track the man down. >> more people entering the market for a new home and the timing couldn't be better for the place you're about to tour. inside a mansion. >> reporter: it's one of the finest homes in the country and quite possibly one of the finest new homes in the world. and this sunday it will be sold at auction. meet olivia decker, realtor to the stars. if you have the money, then in her eyes you're a star. >> i call it the virgin home. no one has lived here yet. >> reporte
's a happy ending tonight to a dog napping case. a man from sacramento has been reunited with his yorkie. the dog napping brought an entire neighborhood together. >> welcome back. >> reporter: she may be tiny but her absence left a big home in this potrero neighborhood. >> the worse feeling imaginable. it was like this isn't true. >> reporter: robert runkel recalls his dispair when he realized his miniature yorkie lola was stolen when thieves smashed his car window. >> the days she was gone, i just layed in best most of the day. >> reporter: if news also rattled neighbors many of whom own dogs themselves. >> all i thought immediately is what would i have done if somebody stole my dog trouser. you would want everybody you every met to jump in and help. >> reporter: tracy moon printed these oversized fliers. she everyone threw in her own money $3,000 for a reward. moon says runkel who goes to dialysis three times a week and recently learned she had lymphoma could not handle any more news. so when she got a call about a dog running around in a neighborhood. >> i was worried would i recogniz
for parents from 7 on your side. government taking action against makers of the nap nanny, a portable baby recliner, five infant deaths were reported. it poses a substantial risk of injury and death to infants. the commission says it is dangerous with a faulty design and demanding recall. coming up why the makers are refusing to pull the product off the market. >>>s did say new genetic testing may give expectant moms more information on their baby's health. 6% of fetuses shown to be normal by conventional testing were found to have abnormalities byél=ñ gene scanss from mental retardation to fatal diseases. columbia researchers say the tests are not done so people can end pregnancies but to learn prognosis and what special care the baby might need so couples can make an informed decision. >>> next f you could smell like any fast food chain, which chain would you choose? if you said pizza hut, you're in luck, we'll explain. >>> the search is over in berkeley. the cal bears have a new head coach. >>> good morning. live look from sutro tower camera it is not raining today. mostly dry althoug
makers of nap nanny, a portable baby recliner, after five infanned -- five infant deaths. the nap nanny poses risk of injury and death to infants. the commission says it is a dangerous product with a faulty sign. coming up on "good morning america" at 7:00, why the makers are refusing to pull its product. >>> this afternoon cal will hold a news conference to introduce the bear's new coach, sonny dykes has hired yesterday to rebill the program he leaves louisiana tech after three seasons. this year -- his bulldogs led the nation in scoring. he runs spread offense expected to bring exciting football to berkeley he has previous experience in pac 12 as assistant at arizona. >>> still ahead, same-sex marriage is now legal in yet another state. the long lines in washington early this morning. >>> house fire takes a life in san francisco, the questions investigators are trying to answer. >>> you can see metering lights on at the bay bridge toll, carpool lanes fastrakers streaming into san francisco, relatively light morning compared to yesterday. -- [ inaudible ] ♪ [ female announcer ] at yo
at a closer viewpoint from san rafael points north, east to novato. nap park moderate rain moving in actually kind of squeezed in between airport boulevard and browns valley road. you can see the yellows illuminated on highway 121, airport boulevard also seeing moderate rain, and you can see it just starting to move over the bay there this particular area is going to move over towards the richmond parkway, san pablo so all of this is pushing off towards the east. hercules starting to see some effect. rain picking up, and in 10 or 15 minutes you'll see more. between alameda and san leandro, light rain. hayward, light rain, and the moderate band of way making its way toward the east, morgan hill, monterey, picking up moderate rain. and temperatures right now, a mild system. we're all in the upper 40s to low 50s. here's a look at our forecast. we're going to go with heavy rain, increasing overnight. the heaviest will be tomorrow morning. the good news it moves in and moves out and we're looking for clearing by sunday night and looks like christmas eve for the whole day will be dry. here's a look
points north, east to novato. nap park moderate rain moving in actually kind of squeezed in between airport boulevard and browns valley road. you can see the yellows illuminated on highway 121, airport boulevard also seeing moderate rain, and you can see it just starting to move over the bay there this particular area is going to move over towards the richmond parkway, san pablo so all of this is pushing off towards the east. hercules starting to see some effect. rain picking up, and in 10 or 15 minutes you'll see more. between alameda and san leandro, light rain. hayward, light rain, and the moderate band of way making its way toward the east, morgan hill, monterey, picking up moderate rain. and temperatures right now, a mild system. we're all in the upper 40s to low 50s. here's a look at our forecast. we're going to go with heavy rain, increasing overnight. the heaviest will be tomorrow morning. the good news it moves in and moves out and we're looking for clearing by sunday night and looks like christmas eve for the whole day will be dry. here's a look at the system that moved th
. highs in the low 50s toward the nap pa valley, about 55 degrees in fran, and about 55 degrees in liver mother. the next few days it looks like the return of rainfall on christmas day. a chance of showers continuing wednesday. maybe a leftover shower on thursday. dry weather returns on friday. that's the latest. back to you. >> thank you, lawrence. >>> outside things are overall looking pretty food on this monday morning, christmas eve. not much of a commute. a couple of accidents. this one coming in northbound 11 approaching old oakland road in san jose. it's off to the right-hand shoulder. our biggest issues are out in snow ma county where some flooding concerns with yesterday's rain causing issues including highway 1 shut down by valley ford road. that is shut down as well as the sketch of highway 121, still closed between 116 and highway 37 once again due to flooding concerns. here's a live look outside. they're doing lane changes. the roads are slick into fran. no big problems for the commute. allall of the bridges moving at top speeds. if moving toward oakland airport, this is a l
to stop the sale of the nap nanny. four infant deaths are associated with a rauled version soft that recliner and one death is associateed with the newest version called the chill. the owner of the company posted a message on the web site saying no infant has ever been hurt when the nap nanny is use aid cording to instructions. >>> christmas is coming to the state cop toll and it's happening live right now. want to show yao a live picture here from sacramento where governor jerry brown -- actually, that's the mayor, kevin johnson, the major of sacramento talking right now. jerry brown is also there. all of this over the lighting of the capitol christmas tree. the governor is getting some help from 10-year-old christian anderson from southern california. this year's tree is a 50-foot-al white fur from shasta county. it's decorated with ornaments made by children and adults who have developmental disabilities. >>> here in the bay area that rain blew through overnight and through the morning early hours. this is our chief meteorologist bill martin said and, bill, it really wasn't a
a popular baby product. the nap nanny is being recalled following the death of a 4 month old baby. the consumer product safety commission says infants can fall out or get trapped against the side of the recliner and suffocate. nap nannies were sold in the u.s. between 2009 and 2010. >>> and if you bought an early model flat screen tv or flat screen computer monitor you have some money coming to you. but you have to act fast. tomorrow is the deadline to file a claim in a class action price fixing settlement. suit says manufactures illegally plotted to keep prices high. anyone who bought any product with an lcd scene between 1999 and -- screen between 1999 and 2006 are eligible, payments up to $200 depending how many you purchased and there is no need to provide proof of purchase. simply fill out the form online. you will find a link at cbssf.com/consumerwatch. i filled mine out right before i came out here. >> i have been forgetting. >> you have been talking about this for months. >> haven't i? >> one more day. do it now. >> note to self. >> i have to write on my hand. tv. yeah. th
to this story. mcafee may face deportation back to belize. >>> coming up, why the nap nanny maker is being sued. >> the high level phone call that could signal progress. >> first police move in to take down a suspect but his family has other ideas. the bizarre bust coming up after the break. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, cameras were rolling as a suspect jumps out a window d runs toward th >>> after 10 hours barricaded inside a new york home with his 10-year-old niece cameras were rolling as a suspect jumped out a window runs to the front of the house. police rush in and take him down. oh, and by the way, so did some family members who pitched in to help out. police eventually too bad him into custody. but not before a very chaotic scene. nobody was hurt. i imagine that guy got a little bruised up by family members. >> but they're lucky it was just bruised up. when you get in that situation, that could be very dangerous. >>> all right. 5:15. let's get a check on the roads. >> all right. gianna, that's your domain. >> that's my forte. we'll head to city streets in san francisco. cate will have more detai
a baby recliner maker after five babies died using the product. this is a new model of the nap nanny called the chill. the cpsc says the device poses substantial risk of injury and in some cases death to babies. the first two versions of the nap nanny were recalled after four deaths. the commission says it has received more than 70 reports of children nearly falling out of those recliners. >>> it's 6:20 right now. who has just been named head coach at cal. >> and it's an 18-foot fadeaway a buzzer beater that earned our play of the day. we have it coming up. >> very stormy weather around the bay area. lots of snow though in the high country if you have to get up there to ski, here's the snow report. more on your weather coming up. ,,,, at bank of america, we're continuing to lend and invest in the people, businesses, and organizations that call the bay area home. whether it's helping a nonprofit provide safe, affordable housing within the city, supporting an organization that's helping kids find jobs and stay in school, or financing the expansion of a local company that's creating hea
: one of six cancer- causing products with the retardant. also used in nap mats in nurseries nationwide. >> instead of actually either using a different material or surrounding it with a different material that is not going to be quick to catch on fire. >> reporter: changing pads, infant sleepers, the nap nanny portable infant recliner, just to name a few. products listed on the environmental health website and products we found still being sold in stores today with no warning labels. why? >> because they can. and because no one is telling them you need to stop. >> reporter: until now. >> until now. >> reporter: but in a statement, the american chemistry council which represents manufacturers of flame retardant said the products are quote, well studied and provide important safety benefits. labels don't list the cancer- causing agent. so consumers are advised to stick to polyester fiber fill, cotton or wool. the last thing a parent wants to worry about cancer-causing chemicals while holiday shopping. >> i was more concerned about the lead and staying away from plastic toys i thought was
with the tot napping on his stomach. >> coming up on kron 4 news this weekend. they're packing patience just how busy it has been and also this live look to the bay bridge a beautiful, beautiful start. plenty of sunshine and janu will be up with the forecast. >> the police and antioch are investigating a man was shot in front of this home near banyan the road. the 43 year old had multiple gunshot wounds. so far, no arrests had been made. we will have a live report with mike pelton. >> a developing story in san jose. police say 14 year old boy was stabbed during a christmas in the park event. it's the first serious crime to happen at the annual celebration in some time. the christmas in the park celebration attracts some 450-thousand visitors each year. police say they say the stabbing was gang related. the 14 year old suffered stab wounds to his chest and arm. three suspects were seen running away. >> a sign of the season in downtown san francisco this weekend. traffic is higher than usual with shoppers and drivers packing the area in and around union square. more now from kron four's jeff b
but it's in the form of fog that we are concerned about. half mile advice nibility nap a.santa rosa down to a mile. concord livermore reporting fog 5 to 6 mile visibility. morning commute could be dicey dense patching of fog. i have rape in the forecast and let you know fit happens over the weekend or hold off until next week. >> thanks. >> we hear tonight how a missing woman survived in the sierra for 6 days. boyfriend lost his life in the ordeal. paula lane brother found her last night in alpine county. deputy say she and roderick clifton went off road after leaving sacramento on thursday to try out the new 4 wheel drive jeep then the storms hit and they got stuck in the snow. he left cart to find help when he didn't return after a few days paula set out on her own. officials search crew could not find them so her brother started looking on his own. >> last night when my brother called i took the call and to hear him say i found her i found her i can't explain it for you guys. >>reporter: paula survived by taking shelter in a hollow tree and eating snow and tomatoes she had in the
are concerned about. half mile advice nibility nap a.santa rosa down to a mile. concord livermore reporting fog 5 to 6 mile visibility. morning commute could be dicey dense patching of fog. i have rape in the forecast and let you know fit happens over the weekend or hold off until next week. >> thanks. >> we hear tonight how a missing woman survived in the sierra for 6 days. boyfriend lost his life in the ordeal. paula lane brother found her last night in alpine county. deputy say she and roderick clifton went off road after leaving sacramento on thursday to try out the new 4 wheel drive jeep then the storms hit and they got stuck in the snow. he left cart to find help when he didn't return after a few days paula set out on her own. officials search crew could not find them so her brother started looking on his own. >> last night when my brother called i took the call and to hear him say i found her i found her i can't explain it for you guys. >>reporter: paula survived by taking shelter in a hollow tree and eating snow and tomatoes she had in the car. deputy say clifton drove around a
in the morning, temperatures have been cooling off o over the past few mornings and will continue with that. nap pa forecast, 34 and we could have some patchy dense fog to start the day. so here we go, saturday morning, 7:00, showing you the 30s, and widespread 40s across the region. as we put this into motion, the temperature scale goes up with the readings back in the upper 50s but most areas making it to the 60s. we'll show you the forecast temperature in your neighborhood for saturday, the temperature change you can expect for sunday and when shower chances return. >> you could call them lay away santas. >> when i told her, she started crying. >> the secret army of people paying off lay away bills now packs up. >> a raiders fan falls 30 sfeet off the upper deck, new details are released today about this. (car horn) paying with your smartphone instead of cash... (phone rings) that's a step forward. with chase quickpay, you can send money directly to anyone's checking account. i guess he's a kicker... again, again! oh, no you don't! take a step forward and chase what matters. because we kn
a little more till maybe 4:00 p.m. and then take a nap and then after that study more and go to sleep. >> we are afraid and just scared about what is going to come next, what is going to happen. >> reporter: when school opens tomorrow the sherriff's department says there will be extra security measures for the teacher but wouldn't say what it will be. rob roth, ktvu channel 2 news. >>> we have breaking news to tell you about out of oakland. a live picture. police and emergency crews responded to a homicide in a residential area. these pictures are live from east oakland. this is happening at 83 avenue and "d" street. the victim is an adult male. police have one block of 83 street shut down for their investigation. no word on suspects or a motive in this case. we will follow this situation and keep you updated. >>> the police chief will become the official police chief next week. he has been the active chief for five months and face as stuff job as community back lash continues over officer involved shooting. he will be coming out of reenvironment. he plans on -- retirement. he hopes t
30's in the col coldest inland valley already. 37 in nap a.39 in livermore. rain for some of you friday afternoon and snow level coming down to around 3000 feet as we head in the saturday morning satellite radar this is a system we are watching today. nasty day with the high pressure ridge but now this system is going to start to change things up a bit. already seeing like i said some cloud cover. rain returns tomorrow afternoon but this system unlike previous storms will actually split in two and parallel the coast a second half of the system staying off the coast lane so not everyone sees rain troops as we look at the late he east computer animation. north bay could see snow around lake county and hills. rain snow mix possible indicated by pink right around ukiah then through time here notice the rain doesn't move much. 10:00 p.m. friday still mainly coastal event as you can see here. we head in early saturday morning showers are pretty much down to the santa cruz mountains and tapering off saturday afternoon actually dry see partly cloudy skies and rainfall backing off o
. >>> and as we round out the year we have a few recalls to remind you of. first up, the nap nanny. recently sued by the government following the death of five infants, the cpsc says its makers are unable or unwilling to issue a recall. so major retailers have now voluntarily recalled the product including amazon and baby bibs are us. home depot is recalling a mug. its silver handle is a fire hazard in the microwave. and think twice before packing away papyrus framed christmas ornament and trees with your decorations. mold spores have been discovered on the products posing serious health risks for some. other recalls include disney hoodies with lead paint in the zippers and lg washing machines that could cause injury or damage your home. for a full lives recalls and for a link to the check 'n go refund claim form head to cbssf.com/consumerwatch. >>> a waterfront villa in belvidere goes on the auction block this sunday. >> we have a starting price -- starting price -- $25 million! cbs 5 reporter don ford has a look at the luxuries state and what it takes to be the very first owner. >> reporter: it
products. >> baby matters produces the nap nanny and chill infant recliners. the consumer products safety collision had ordered a recall after -- safety commission had ordered a recall after an infant died after using the nap nanny. >>> megabus is offering a deal, the low cost city-to-city express bus company is giving out 200,000 free tickets. megabus is known for selling a few seats on each bus for just $1 per trip. the company recently resumed service in the u.s. with a hub in san francisco. >>> a gay blogger will be in a san francisco croom because of a controversial foe -- san francisco courtroom because of a controversial photo. >>> the rain has moved out but some fog has moved in. >>> a look at 101 in san francisco. kind of slow going as you make your way to the bay bridge. we'll have more traffic hot spot the later -- hot spots later. ♪ we were skipping stones and letting go ♪ ♪ over the river and down the road ♪ [ female announcer ] at nature valley, we know nature comes together in amazing ways. that's why we bring together natural ingredients, like dark chocolate with t
. check this out around nap a.you can see how quickly this is all developing and moving. old sonoma road getting a heavy downpour. in the east bay we go through street out to albany berkeley dwight avenue lighter rainfall but we have some moderate rain showing up here so we are watching that for you. few scattered showers and other parts of the bay area mainly the peninsula south bay rainfall total have been excessive in some of our hills. almost 9 inches of rain in the santa cruz mountains. in the far northern end of sonoma county one of the wets location. 8 and a half inches in the past 48 hours. three inches in san rafael. 3.7 in santa rosa. san francisco almost an inch and half. livermore pushing close to 2 and oakland got 2 inches of rain with more significant rain ming flash flood watch up through sunday evening. small streams may overflow the bank and here's a timing of the next storm. 9:00 p.m. it's north of santa rosa saturday night. at 11:00 p.m. it's still in the northern part of our viewing area as far as the heaviest part of the storm. heavy rain and wind coming t
the cap to cover her eyes and take a nap. then her flight wag cancelled, in the chaos, i think i left it somewhere in the airport. >> bridget couldn't find so it turned to the internet. people everywhere loved her and are and have joined in the hunt. the cap has not been found but not for lack of trying. >> social media lets almost anybody raise money for almost any goal. how crowd funding can help you get a project off the ground. >> and stop that bus. a little bit of generosity is going a long way in san mateo county. >> i'm leigh glaser, where is the heavy rain? it's up along the north coast. we're in a lull right now. we'll look at the timing of the heavy >> 3,000 shouldn't dayow county children will have presents to open thanks to the hard work of a few dozen people. the annual stuff the bus program kicked off. organizers expect to collect about 20,000 items. each child will receive two gifts, book, and stuffed animal and stocking stuffers. >> traditional fundraising involves something like a bake sale or auction. now social media has opened an arena where almost anybody can rais
levels. napa river going down, nap a down 21 feet, there is the projected points tomorrow morning and out towards the saint helena dropping off tomorrow morning down to 4.3 feet. as far as the russian river coming up for you right now. russian river, heelsberg, dropped off at flood stage. and guerneville, in monday morning, at flood stage, at 4:00. backing off as we head into midmorning monday and the afternoon hours. it has been an active weather week. remember, wednesday, talking about the storm 1, storm two moved in on friday and storm 3, another strong one. that moved in this morning. take a look at the rain fall totals in the past few days. 13 inches of rain. kent field, 9.5 inches. the mountains, around 9 inches, san francisco, 3.78 and san jose about 2.5 inches, we have a break in the rain for us tonight and tomorrow. i track another system, a weak one but that does show up in our five-day forecast more on that in a few minutes. >> all right, more rain. >>> a system is-wide power failure halted the service leaving scores of passengers stranded. all train service was stopped at 9:18
like a 10 year flood. in nap a-wayne, abc 7 news. >>> all right quay it where rain was but that will be changing by the time you get up in the morning. >> right about this getting closer. may not be heavy rain this time pretty sure it won't be but getting close. live view from the high definition suit are camera looking out over san francisco and we have got partly mostly cloudy skies around the bay area right now. cloudy up north than over the rae main dear of the area and we don't have any reports of rainful yet at reporting stations let's look at doppler and we have dray conditions at the moment despite the cloudy skies but to the north in mendocino county and farther north and west offshore we have lieutenants of moisture an it's moving in our trx. temperatures writ now generally in a narrow range of mainly mid 50's all around the bay area. and these are our forecast feature. see north bay rain developing by early morning. again we don't expect it to be heavy. rain in all areas on wednesday though that will be a heavy rain system on wednesday then dryer patt
don't know what nap of the finger she changed. >> reporter: his granddaughter tried to evict him and sell the property. >> author was at risk of homelessness. he was also impoverished because this land and house is the only thing of any value he owns in the world. >> reporter: green's lawyer says financial exploitation of seniors is all too common and often goes unreported. consumer reports investigation finds theft and fraud by loved ones is on the rise. >> caregivers, family members, neighbors, they can use all kinds of tactics to raid assets. >> reporter: they can be as obvious as forging signatures on checks, begging for loans that never paid back or accusing power of attorney. >> when you give power of attorney to somebody it can give them unfettered access to your accounts. somebody who misuses those can do real damage. that's a problem for elderly. >> reporter: to help prevent elder abuse have bank and investment statements sent to a person you truce -- you trust to monitor accounts average for direct deposit and automatic bill pay, consult a reputable attorney for advice
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